Last weekend, I was at Braintree Bowmen. It was a long course, with 28 targets. Fortunately, I was put in a group of people I knew, which makes it a lot easier.
I only knew my crawl for 20yards, (being a novice stringwalker and until then, only started stringwalking indoors this season).
It was a long day, with a lot of laughs and only one damaged arrow. I shot a lot better than I realised, finishing 3rd in the barebow category. I am now addicted to 3D archery - it was so much fun. When I finished, I didn't even know if my score was any good, so it was a great surprise when I got my medal
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Given time you'll want to try longbow, then primitive and finally you'll end up living in cave making stone arrow heads
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Hi! Congrats on your first 3D course
I've recently put together some 3D archery videos here
You might want to check them. It's truly addictive, it's basically the only archery I do since I started...
http://aljaba.net (my archery blog, in Spanish)
Falco Force Vintage 35# (AFB)
I watched the Monte Viejo video and it looks great.
Gracias por el vídeo